Citi AAdvantage Bronze MasterCard
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Like other posters here, I did not want to pay any annual fee for any card. Which is why I got this. I do fly AA a couple of times a year. Not a frequent flyer so I see not point in getting the Platinum version. The credit limit was quite generous
By Trent : 06/11/2013
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Most Helpful 4-5 Star Review
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I got this card as a student. I think there is a student version. I got card so that I could earn some miles and hopefully earn some miles to fly home to see my parents in between semesters. But back then my credit limit was low and I did not earn enough miles to even get a free ticket! But I still have this card but do not use it too often. Customer service has been ok.
By Jlee : 10/06/2012
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Most Helpful 2-3 Star Review
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The good thing about this card is that there is no annual fee. The bad thing is you only earn one mile for every two dollars you spend on AA tickets. You also do not get the perks like reduced miles award and anniversary bonus with the higher tier cards. Citi's CSR are decent.
By JackM : 02/17/2012
 
Credit Score: 0 Credit Limit: 0 Age: 36
Posted 05/14 2019
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Credit Score: 0 Credit Limit: 0 Age: 18-24
Posted 07/07 2016
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How do I contact/reach Customer Service when my account (paid automatically monthly) has been wrongly charged?????
 
Credit Score: 732 Credit Limit: 8000 Age: 18-24
Posted 01/06 2014
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Like quite a few others, I got a targeted sign up bonus for the Platinum MasterCard version with the intention of canceling it before the one year period. I actually called CSR to cancel it one month before but was told I could simply get the Bronze version with no annual fee. Since I had some miles left in the AA acount, I decided that was the best route. I did not realize they have this version since it is not on the Citi website.
 
Credit Score: 720 Credit Limit: 5000 Age: 35-44
Posted 09/17 2013
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I got this card because it did not have any annual fee. But I later found out that you only earn one mile when you spend two dollars. Not too happy about that but I guess I'm not paying any annual fee.
 
Credit Score: 662 Credit Limit: 500 Age: 18-24
Posted 08/05 2013
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I got this card originally as a student because it was one of the few student cards available from a big bank. I was then given the regular consumer version years later. I kept this version despite several attempts from CSR to upgrade me to the Plat version. I still have this card because of the history though I do not fly AA at all.
 
Credit Score: 743 Credit Limit: 7000 Age: 25-34
Posted 06/11 2013
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Like other posters here, I did not want to pay any annual fee for any card. Which is why I got this. I do fly AA a couple of times a year. Not a frequent flyer so I see not point in getting the Platinum version. The credit limit was quite generous
 
Credit Score: 727 Credit Limit: 5000 Age: 25-34
Posted 05/18 2013
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I got this card because I saw it in the mail one day and that was when I did not have any credit cards at all. At my second job, I traveled quite a bit and flew AA sometimes. But not enough to warrant an "upgrade" to one of their annual fee versions (Citi seems to have quite a few of them). I still have the card and use it once every now and then to simply maintain my AA account, which is mostly inactive except for the card spend.
 
Credit Score: 745 Credit Limit: 9000 Age: 35-44
Posted 02/12 2013
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I originally had the Citi AA Amex. There was some sign up bonus. After the first year annual fee came in the mail, I called CSR to cancel and was persuaded to be downgraded to the Bronze version (this one) which had no annual fee. But I still got my $95 annual fee bill and decided to pay up rather than risk any credit damage. This version is not as good as the regular versions because you cannot earn a lot of miles. But that is the price for having a FF card that has no fee.
 
Credit Score: 690 Credit Limit: 2000 Age: 25-34
Posted 10/08 2012
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Got this card out of college into my first job. I was traveling to the West Coast quite a bit and flew AA. Decided to try my luck and got approved with a decent line. I later upgraded to the Platinum version a year later.
 
Credit Score: 669 Credit Limit: 500 Age: 18-24
Posted 10/06 2012
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I got this card as a student. I think there is a student version. I got card so that I could earn some miles and hopefully earn some miles to fly home to see my parents in between semesters. But back then my credit limit was low and I did not earn enough miles to even get a free ticket! But I still have this card but do not use it too often. Customer service has been ok.
 
Credit Score: 687 Credit Limit: 3000 Age: 25-34
Posted 09/10 2012
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It's really funny when I read that a few folks here also had this card because they downgraded from AA plat version. Same here for me. Actually, I managed to keep it for 2 years without paying any annual fee. But I guess 3rd time was pushing it a little.
 
Credit Score: 794 Credit Limit: 10000 Age: 35-44
Posted 08/17 2012
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I gave this card a 4 star rating for benefits and I'll explain why. I used a fly frequently with AA and then stopped because of a job change. Like many others, I downgraded from the Platinum version to this one. There is no annual fee but the price of that is that you only earn one mile for every two dollars versus two miles for every dollar. But what I like about this card is that by spending on the card once or twice a year, I keep my AA account active and keep the miles. I still have a fair bit left from my flying days and have not decided what to do with them yet.
 
Credit Score: 695 Credit Limit: 1500 Age: 25-34
Posted 07/16 2012
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I got a really low limit for this card. I used it for a couple of years before I cancelled it.
 
Credit Score: 755 Credit Limit: 6000 Age: 25-34
Posted 06/13 2012
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I got this card to avoid paying the annual fee. But was not too happy with the earnings (1 mile for $2). So I upgraded to the Platinum version. Call CSR and got it done over the phone. I thought I should have had a higher limit because of my score. On some of my other Visa cards, I was getting over $10k in CL.
 
Credit Score: 762 Credit Limit: 10000 Age: 35-44
Posted 05/24 2012
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I was one of those who have churned Citi AA cards. But I have stopped that sort of stuff cos of general miles devaluation. On one of the cards, I simply downgraded to the Bronze. Like one other poster said, using the card occasionally keeps your miles. CSR has been on and off, sometimes good, sometimes bad.
 
Credit Score: 731 Credit Limit: 5000 Age: 25-34
Posted 02/17 2012
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The good thing about this card is that there is no annual fee. The bad thing is you only earn one mile for every two dollars you spend on AA tickets. You also do not get the perks like reduced miles award and anniversary bonus with the higher tier cards. Citi's CSR are decent.
 
Credit Score: 615 Credit Limit: 1000 Age: 35-44
Posted 02/05 2012
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I did not have a great score when I applied for this card. But I decided to give it a shot since I started flying AA to see my son once a month. I was surprised that I got approved though the credit limit was rather low. But no complaints here.
 
Credit Score: 714 Credit Limit: 3000 Age: 18-24
Posted 11/27 2011
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Got this card without realizing that it took so long to earn enough miles for a ticket. Decided to switch to the Starwood Card after 2 years as you can also transfer Starpoints to AA miles. I I got a larger CL for the SPG than AA!
 
Credit Score: 745 Credit Limit: 7000 Age: 18-24
Posted 09/23 2011
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I originally got the Platinum version due to a sign up bonus. I think it was about 50k. Anyway, just before the year was up (and hence the annual fee), I called Citi to cancel the card. However, I was persuaded to "downgrade" to this bronze version, which has no annual fee. But the downside is that you can only earn 1 miles per $2 rather than 2 miles per $1 on AA flights. But I got my 50k miles, so no complaints. The CL I got was for the original Platinum version and it was transferred to the Bronze.
 
Credit Score: 693 Credit Limit: 2500 Age: 45-54
Posted 09/16 2011
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I've really not come across a FF card with no fees. But this card works out well for me because I could keep my AA account active. I now use the Starwood card and occasionally transfer points to AA.